Tag Archives: Junction
Look what arrived in the mail today. Thank you Jennie Goloboy, Don D’auria, and Pavlina, who took the pictures. The virtual launch party is coming up on July 27th. Stay tuned for how you can win some various books, as … Continue reading
Guess what I found today “A year ago, Anne Houlihan uncovered a wormhole to Junction, a patchwork planet of competing alien biomes. Now, she and Daisuke are going back to investigate “The Howling Mountain,” the possible location of a wormhole … Continue reading
If you’re interested in Junction and speculative evolution, here’s a discussion I’ve started about Junction on the Specevo mailing lis https://specevo.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=1552&st=0&#entry19159
Lois McMaster Bujold and Terry Pratchett both talk about writing as a hike through a misty valley between mountain peaks. Back in July, I wrote the mountain peaks. Then, from the beginning of September to the end of November, I … Continue reading
From the 16th to the 18th (Fri-Sun), Junction ebooks will be on sale. Check them out.
Here’s something new. Watch me experiment with Facebook Live! Thrill as I make hand-wavy explanations of aliens and try to make my finger work. What do you think? Should I make more of these?
Back in the middle of December, I got a call from my agent, saying Flametree was interested in a sequel to Junction. Could I do it? I said yes of course, and I spent the rest of the month arranging … Continue reading
Here’s a bad photo of some aliens I made. I’m thinking a lot right now about aliens that live in orbit around an Earthlike planet. Their distant ancestors evolved in the atmosphere of a Jupiter-sized gas giant in the same … Continue reading
Here I am in lovely (if muggy) southwestern Bulgaria and ОХ, БОЖЕ do I have some news for you! Remember Junction? I’ve just signed the contract for the sequel: INTERCHANGE. Thank you Don and Jennie! Thank you to everyone who … Continue reading
Hey check this out. I had a great time at Eastercon and you can get a taste of that right here. Thanks, Becks and Eeson!